World Science Festival Brisbane is committed to creating engaging experiences for students of all ages, grounded in curriculum and supporting a culture of lifelong learning.


World Science Festival Brisbane’s School Program will be held from Wednesday 9 to Friday 11 March 2022. The events will create important opportunities for young minds to engage with STEM outside the formal classroom environment, and have been scheduled specifically to allow students to attend.

  • Plan your WSFB 2022 experience

    The 2022 School Program brochure provides an overview of the events specifically designed for students of all ages. Suggested itineraries can be found at the back of the brochure to assist in creating your own unique World Science Festival Brisbane experience for your students.

    Download the 2022 School Program brochure and then visit 2022 School Program to book into your preferred sessions

    A timetable of the 2022 School Program events is also available for download.


  • Bookings

    School bookings are essential.

    World Science Festival Brisbane programs must be booked through QTIX Group Sales. To book, please complete the QTIX School Group Booking Request form on each of the event pages. If you have any questions, please phone the QTIX Groups Bookings Officer on (07) 3840 7466.

    If you wish to visit other exhibitions at Queensland Museum, please book these through Queensland Museum Schools and Groups Bookings. If you have any questions, please phone the Queensland Museum Bookings Officer on (07) 3153 4401 from Monday to Friday 8:15am–3:30pm.

  • Supervision

    Adult/Child Ratio

    One adult will receive FREE entry to World Science Festival Brisbane School Programs for every:

    • 3 x students in Prep
    • 5 x students in Years 1 to 6
    • 10 x students in Years 7 to 10
    • 15 x students in Years 11 to 12

    Please note you will need to quote adult numbers when purchasing tickets.

    Student Supervision

    Group supervisors are responsible for the supervision of students and children while at the World Science Festival Brisbane and should remain with their students at all times.

  • Accessibility

    Queensland Museum

    At Queensland Museum we aim to provide access to all visitors. There is easy lift access to the Museum from the car park and for bus and taxi passengers from Grey Street. All entrances and areas are wheelchair accessible. Single user/accessible toilet facilities are located on Level 0, Level 2 and in SparkLab, Level 1. For more information see the accessibility page at Queensland Museum or phone Group Bookings on (07) 3153 4401.


    Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) provides a range of services, facilities and programs to enable all visitors to attend performances and participate in programs. With advance notice QPAC can accommodate a range of individual needs and strongly encourages visitors to notify staff of any individual needs at the time of booking. For more information see the accessibility page at QPAC.

  • Risk Assessment
  • Schools Online

    A range of free, online resources can be found on our website under Education Online and Cool Jobs.

  • COVID-19

    The health and safety of our visitors and staff at the Queensland Museum and World Science Festival Brisbane is our priority.  All World Science Festival Brisbane events in 2022 will operate in a COVID safe manner, following health advice from the Queensland Government.

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